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one who accepts an offer

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one who takes a bet or wager

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The note taker opens his book and holds it steadily under her nose, though the pressure of the mob trying to read it over his shoulders would upset a weaker man].
THE NOTE TAKER [turning on him genially] And how are all your people down at Selsey?
A SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [thrusting himself between the note taker and the gentleman] Park Lane, for instance.
THE NOTE TAKER [to himself, hastily making a note of her pronunciation of "monia"] Earlscourt.
All the rest have gone except the note taker, the gentleman, and the flower girl, who sits arranging her basket, and still pitying herself in murmurs.
THE NOTE TAKER [explosively] Woman: cease this detestable boohooing instantly; or else seek the shelter of some other place of worship.
ROBERTO MARTINEZ says Everton do not have a "designated" penalty taker but a number of players able to take spot-kicks.
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court (SC) has withdrawn contempt of court notice in respect of former care taker Prime Minister (PM) Mir Hazar Khan Khosa, secretary establishment Mir Nabi Bakhsh Lehri and secretary to PM, Khawaja Saeed Akbar for tendering unqualified apology by these persons.
It's worthwhile to figure out why this person operates like a Taker and how pervasive it is for them.
A 3-member bench of SC presided over by Justice Anwar Zahir Jamali took up for hearing the former care taker Prime Minister (PM) Mir Hazar Khan Khosa contempt of court case on Friday.
Manila Three of the Hong Kong hostages, shot dead by hostage taker Rolando Mendoza in Manila on August 23, have been identified, according to the testimonies of two witnesses who survived the incident.
CURTIS is a pick for any Native American library: it covers the stories and photos of Edward Curtis gathered from his 20-volume THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN, THE IMAGE TAKER opus, packing nearly two hundred photos--many rarely seen in print--along with the images and myths of the 26 tribal nations.
Adam, who was the youngest competitor in the whole event, was also the only penalty taker in the competition to put six goals in a row past Grobbelaar.
The primary negotiator initiates communication with the hostage taker, while the secondary negotiator acts as coach to the primary negotiator.
So far the Wolves boss has been happy to let whoever feels confident step up to the plate but he may now consider a designated taker as the season approaches its crunch period.